Jon Doyle is seeing ghosts while visiting the family home for the weekend. During a dinner party in an English country manor, where Jon is in attendance, a stranger is murdered and Doyle must help find the killer before his mother becomes a suspect. Still seeing ghosts, Jon reluctantly teams up with Inspector Bill Peart to track down the culprit.
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The Ghost Murder: A Jon Doyle Mystery based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
An 80 page, historical, murder mystery set in England in the late 1800s or early 1900s. A man on a train thinks he sees a beautiful ghost. When he sees a woman resembling the ghost at a dinner party, things get interesting. There are some very nice family dynamics, in this rather cozy, clean mystery. I rated it four stars based on other short stories, rather than competition of a full length book. For all English mystery lovers, ages 15 and up. Free standing. AD
This very talented storyteller does need a good editor/proofreader. Yet with seasoned guidance the author's skills will become well honed. And hopefully we the readers will be able to enjoy more wonderful fruits from such a marvelous imagination. Kitt